The drone-research project kicked off last year in Bonn, Germany, delivering medication across the Rhine River to a lawn behind the company's headquarters.
The startup is tunes into different data sets along with Google Consumer Surveys as a research tool of Americans' drug experience to deliver meaningful data.
The new, easy-to-use service contains 40,000 FDA-approved medications, and is designed to help patients stay on track with medication regimens.
The solution that helps asthma patients to more accurately track symptoms and medication adherence to preempt an attack is available from Walgreens and CVS.
Doctors can invite patients to download the app pre-installed with their medications and optional information such as dosage, the doctor's ID and instructions.
The service strategies include therapeutic alternatives, splitting combination drugs, dividing high doses, generic substitutions, pill splitting and more.
The application has a simple interface that lets users build a list of medications and setup reminders in just a few seconds using the built-in database of drugs.
Users will be able to quickly check for potential drug interactions by comparing over-the-counter (OTC) products with their prescriptions and other OTCs.